Richard Carpenter

Assistant Professor at Indiana University Bloomington

Bloomington, IN

How does this work?

My research centers the study of how transcription factors promote progression of breast cancer and glioblastoma. I completed Ph.D. in Cell and Developmental Biology at Thomas Jefferson University. Completed Postdoctoral work at Duke University School of Medicine and Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Currently Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the Medical Sciences Program at Indiana University School of Medicine.

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Breast Cancer
Glioblastoma Multiforme
Tumor Immunology
Cancer Therapeutics
Work experience

Jun 2017 - Present

Indiana University Bloomington

Assistant Professor


Jul 2014 - Jun 2017

Wake Forest University

Postdoctoral Fellow


Sep 2011 - Jul 2014

Duke University

Post-Doctoral Associate

Post-Doctoral Associate in the laboratory of Hui-Wen Lo Ph.D. studying Glioma-associated protein 1 (GLI1) and its recently identified splice variant truncated GLI1 (tGLI1) in cancer cell progression.


May 2010 - Aug 2011

Thomas Jefferson University

Graduate Research Assistant

Ph.D. student in laboratory of Bing-Hua Jiang, Ph.D. studying the mechanisms of arsenic-induced cell transformation and tumor angiogenesis.


Aug 2007 - May 2010

West Virginia University

Graduate Research Assistant

Ph.D. student in the laboratory of Bing-Hua Jiang, Ph.D. studying the role of arsenic in cell transformation and angiogenesis.


Aug 2005 - Aug 2007

Michigan State University

Graduate Teaching Assistant

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